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Do you think Mbappe is a dog’s name…Al Hilal ’43 billion in transfer fee + 1 trillion in salary’ offer→Tottenham, Barcelona also join?

With Al Hilal offering an astronomical amount of money to sign Kylian Mbappe, reports have emerged that Tottenham and Barcelona are also interested in signing him.

Global sports media outlet ‘ESPN’ reported on the 26th (KST), “Barcelona will join the race to sign Mbappe. However, Barcelona cannot afford to pay for Mbappe due to financial difficulties. Barcelona’s attempt to sign Mbappe is an attempt to put pressure on Real Madrid.”

“Tottenham, Barcelona, Manchester United, Chelsea, and Inter Milan are interested in signing Mbappe,” the Daily Mail reported on June 26.

Mbappe is currently in a tug-of-war with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) over his contract. Mbappe has one year left on his contract with PSG. However, Mbappe is not willing to sign a new contract with PSG. Mbappe has publicly stated that he will not exercise his contract extension option. In response, PSG played hardball. They are reportedly considering selling Mbappe rather than extending his contract. Mbappe was then linked with a move to Real Madrid.안전놀이터

“PSG believe Mbappe is set to join Real Madrid on a free transfer in the summer of 2024,” Sky Sports reported on Aug. 8 (KST). If Mbappe does not re-sign, they will sell him to the highest bidder, whoever that may be this summer.”

While the Real transfer speculation continues, Mbappe joined PSG’s preseason training, but his name was not on the roster for the club’s Asia tour, which PSG released on Aug. 22. The roster included key PSG players such as Lee Kang-in, Neymar, and Achraf Hakimi, but not Mbappe. Mbappe’s absence from the Asia Tour reignited transfer speculation.

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Along with Real Madrid, who have been pursuing the player for some time, Saudi Arabian clubs are also interested in Mbappe. The Saudis have a lot of money to spend on world-class players in Europe. From Cristiano Ronaldo to Ballon d’Or winner Karim Benzema to manager Steven Gerrard, the kingdom has been snapping up players and managers alike.

Saudi Arabia’s Al-Hilal has also approached the superstar Mbappe. Al Hilal made Mbappe a record-breaking offer. Matteo Moretti announced on social media that “PSG have received a €300 million offer from Al-Hilal. And his salary is 700 million euros (about 99.5 billion won).”

European transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano then tweeted, “Al-Hilal have submitted an official bid to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) for Mbappe. PSG accepted the €300 million offer, but there are no negotiations with the player at the moment. PSG believe that Mbappe has agreed to join Real Madrid.”

Al-Hilal’s ridiculous offer suddenly sparked a flurry of reports that several European clubs were interested in Mbappe, but the reality is that the likes of Tottenham and Barcelona are out of reach. PSG have reportedly set a £150 million price tag for Mbappe. Mbappe’s transfer fee is not affordable.

Mbappe has become a top player. Mbappe first made a name for himself in the 2016-17 season. Fans were mesmerized by the way he used his explosive pace to neutralize opposing defenses. Mbappe’s performance helped Monaco dethrone PSG from their dominance of the Ligue 1. Mbappe scored 15 goals and added eight assists in the league and helped lead Monaco to the league title. Mbappe was named to the Ligue 1 Team of the Year and Young Player of the Year. That’s how good Mbappe was.

It wasn’t just the league that was strong. He was also the spearhead of Monaco’s attack in the UEFA Champions League (UCL). With Mbappe at the center, Monaco took the league by storm. In the UCL tournament, they beat Manchester City and Dortmund to reach the quarterfinals. They ended their UCL journey with a loss to Juventus, but it was their first UCL quarterfinal in 13 years.

Mbappe’s name spread across Europe, eventually landing in a PSG jersey. With PSG, Mbappe challenged for the top of Europe, but it wasn’t as easy as he thought. PSG was notably underwhelming in the UCL. Last season, they were knocked out in the round of 16 by Bayern Munich. It’s not that they haven’t had their chances. They reached the UCL final in the 2019-20 season, only to be knocked out by Munich.

Despite his lack of UCL success, he has become a world-class player. Mbappe’s time came at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, where he won the trophy. He has always been considered one of the best strikers in recent years. At the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, he attempted to win a second consecutive World Cup, but had to settle for top scorer in the final, losing to Lionel Messi’s Argentina.

PSG was bought by Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Alsani and chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi, who used their deep pockets to assemble some of Europe’s biggest stars, including Neymar, Mbappe, Lionel Messi, and Sergio Ramos. PSG’s goal was to win the UEFA Champions League (UCL), but the club struggled in the UCL.

PSG is ready for a new beginning. Lionel Messi, the centerpiece of the team, is gone, and coach Christophe Galtier has been fired. Mbappe is also looking to leave. In the past, they’ve tended to rely on world-class players. But now it’s different. Even if they are world-class players, if they don’t help the team in terms of atmosphere, they are willing to let them go.

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